Donna Moseley

  • 35F Intelligence Analyst
  • Odenton, MD, 21113, US
  • Mar 09, 2021
Part time Intelligence Police and Protection

Personal Summary

I am eager to apply for the part-time Intelligence Analyst or any internship opportunities, which I learned of through a Linkedin job posting. After continuing my education in the Masters in Forensic Psychology program, I have solidified my interest in this agency and position. I am impressed by the research and leadership opportunities as well as professional and personal development resources available in relation to working in an intelligence agency. 


My previous research experience in my undergraduate years, both on and off campus, my continued education and my previous work experiences would make me a valuable asset to the Army National Gaurd. Through these experiences, I have developed my communication, observational, and administrative skills. During my research over the past three years with Wake Forest School of Medicine, I was able to work hands on with medical databases and information to assess if there were any anomalies resembling neuro-degeneration in our research participants. Through analyzing brain scans, medical records, and cognitive assessments I was able to have the opportunity of perfecting by organizational and observational skills.  During this time, my team was also responsible for developing outreach and relationships with the geriatric community in Winston-Salem. I took the initiative to volunteer at three different community centers and was able to communicate and lead a number of sessions to better their quality of life. As a student who was also committed to working a full-time job, my dedication pushed me to exceed in education and better my work environment for other students. In my job as a team leader, I was able to create a central database which would record the frequency of use for the gym and analyze the times group fitness classes were most popular. This database would then report to the professional staff the various needs of our facility. Being in the position of a student leader, I was able to closely work and efficiently communicate with professional staff from a number of different departments across campus. With my communication skills and drive I was able to advocate and achieve increased wages, a set promotion ranking, and better working hours for my employees. As I work towards my professional goal of being an analysist, I have decided to continue my education through a Forensic Psychology Masters program. In my courses to date I have learned a number of skills such as: assessment techniques in a forensic setting, ability to navigate and work with the law, and how look for information using a multi-disciplinary approach. My diverse background in research and abstract ways of thinking about problems presented to me will make me a great asset if put in this position


Attached is my resume for your review. I would be happy to provide you with any additional information about my background and experiences you may need. I will follow up shortly to ensure you received my materials and answer any questions you may have about my qualifications. Thank you for your time and consideration. 

Work Experience

Team Leader of Facilities
Aug 2016 - May 2020 Wake Forest University Campus Recreation

• Promoted to one of four lead student managers within 2 years of working for Campus Recreation at Wake Forest University
• Collaborated with a team of 4 peers, to lead and instruct operational trainings for a 60-person student staff
• Developed and initiated existing job protocol, promotional structure, and wages for each of the four different student employee positions
• Coded and created multiple information databases to indicate times of high-volume use of the gym by patrons and monitor employee performance
• Managed and maintained a multi-million-dollar facility, to ensure proper function of equipment/safety for 7,000+ patrons
• Communicated as a liaison between professional staff and student Staff; closely working with both groups

Interventionist, Research Assistant, and Onsite Project Manage
Feb 2017 - May 2020 Wake Forest School of Medicine and Wake Forest Department of Dance

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Interventionist, Research Assistant, and Onsite Project Manage February 2017 - May 2020
• Administered treatment and the exercises of research interest to 10 dyads per Wave of the study for 4 different Waves
• Organized formal training session, of the IMPROVment technique, for up to 40 community members, Occupational Therapists, Dance Instructors and other professionals
• Coordinated with AHEC to certify training as continuing education credits
• Utilized medical databases to research brain scans of individuals with neuro-degenerative diseases
• Updated and entered in study data, such as cognitive assessments, neuro-imaging results, and contact information, into the hospital and research databases
• Analyzed brain images and the neuroanatomy, pre- and post-intervention, in older individuals with varying forms of neuro-degenerative diseases
• Volunteered to instruct 3 different weekly community movement classes with the Tad Williams Adult Day Center, Academy of Dance Arts and the Winston-Salem IFB center


Research Assistant
Sep 2018 - May 2020 Wake forest Department of Psychology

• Critiqued and programed research surveys and future research publications that investigated how different close relationships and types of perceived social support affected an individual's mood
• Distributed and maintained survey participation among fifteen students taking Introductory Psychology across four different semesters
• Communicated requirements, daily reminders, and answered any questions for participants during the three-week study
• Cataloged daily data points into Excel and SPSS format for processing steps
• Allocated the proper number of credits to student participants through SONA


Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology - Forensic Psychology
Aug 2020 - May 2022 George Washington University
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Psychology
Aug 2016 - May 2020 Wake Forest University